Enjoy the best views from its cliffs as dolphins surf the waves. Fishing villages and farming hamlets mix to the view.
Firstly, meet your driver in the airport for the ride to your ocean-view hotel. Secondly, your guide will be waiting for you with a welcome drink. Explain your interests and mood so your guide will suggest what itinerary is better.
Enjoy Madeira on your way. Choose between hiking the canal trails, or spending more time in the villages and understand local culture.
Exploring Madeira is always an adventure; therefore, discover the smells of wildflowers and the sound of birdsong. Above all, explore Madeira through its wineries, markets and gardens. Finally, have lunch at a legendary island.
Today, discover Madeira from another point of view: the ocean. Meet your captain in a private yacht and sweep along the coastline.
Discover cliffs hiding beaches that you cannot see from the land. Jump into the cooling waters of the Atlantic as you explore the natural rock pools and try deep-sea fishing at unknown spots. Finish the day with a private cooking lesson in one of the fishing villages.
Meet your driver in the hotel lobby for the ride to Madeira Airport and catch a flight to Porto.
Check in at your hotel and start discovering local history from your hotel.
That is to say, this UNESCO World Heritage Site will immerse you in wine cellars, rustic and industrial charm.
Firstly enjoy specialty shops renowned for their porcelain. Avoiding the tourist riffraff so you can appreciate the echoes and scents in the narrow lanes. Admire hundreds square meters murals that cover the walls of painted blue tiles that look like jigsaw pieces. Finally, visit Casa da la Musica and the Serralves Museum.
Firstly, meet your captain to replicate how wooden boats transported grapes and barrels from the green valleys upriver since the 18th century. Cruise up in your private boat. As the river narrows, the terraced vineyards take over, dominating the view. These vines are too steep for machinery, so natives still use traditional methods of viticulture.
Secondly, disembark in guided vineyards tour and tasting of the best wines of Portugal and have a complete lunch in the winery.
Finally, cruise back into Porto and disembark at one of the port cellars for a private tasting. Learn about old vintages as you taste ports that date back many centuries. Only through local connections you will be able to taste the vintages revered all across the world.
For the evening your guide can recommend Porto restaurants.
Meet your driver and guide in the hotel. Ride into the hills to Coimbra. As you pass tiny villages and ruined fortresses, stop for lunch in Obidos. Enjoy Portugal’s food, a real celebration of raw ingredients and traditional recipes. With your local guides you can get to understand the local context consequently. Their knowledge of the destinations provides a historical overview, and a chance to share tales with the locals.
Built across the seven hills, Lisbon is a patchwork of neighborhoods. Visit backstreet shops as well as all manner of antiques. Find out Moorish architecture at postcard icons, but also on lanes that are far from the typical tourist’s eye.
Firstly, your local guide will begin with Alfama district, Bairro Alto and monuments of Belem. Secondly, select museums according to your interests: National Coach Museum, National Tile Museum or Calouste Gulbenkian Museum.
Make a private stop at the Ricardo do Espirito Santo Silva Foundation for a wonderful insight into traditional decorative art. Finally, stop and try pastel de nata, a sweet fluffy custard pastry.
With this tour, you will feel like discovering many cities at the same time.
Immerse into mystical history of the fairytale in Sintra, a delightful village full of sublime memories from the past and nature. Palaces are in the forested hills around the village.
Beaches mix up with cliffs, holes, and caves hide deep within the landscape, and you will have options to explore by road and by hiking trail. Finally, choose between having lunch at an iconic seafood restaurant in Cascais, or enjoying the royal cuisine of Sintra in one of the small village restaurants.
Firstly, meet your driver and guide to discover Alentejo, a region proud of its traditions and roots.
Olive groves, forests of cork and vineyards focus on quality over quantity.
As you get closer to the coast, discover how nature mix with Moorish architecture.
Secondly, continue to Evora, UNESCO World Heritage Symbol. Visit Chapel of Bones and Neolithic ruins of Cromlech and Menhir of Almendres. Finally, enjoy lunch at one of the region’s most renowned wine estates.
Meet your driver for the ride to Lisbon airport.
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